SNOREEZE LABFIT ORAL DEVICE
- Customised appliance, vac-formed from dental impressions or models
- Easily adjusted in <1mm increments by the patient
- Vertical and lateral movement for optimum comfort and airflow
- Durable design and materials; BPA and latex-free
- Supplied ready-to-wear with hard plastic storage box and instructions for use by the patient
- Class 1 medical device indicated for snoring and mild obstructive sleep apnoea, CE-marked, 3-month breakage warranty included
- LABFIT FEATURES
- HOW IT TREATS SNORING
- HOW IT TREATS SLEEP APNOEA
When you sleep, your muscles relax, including the ones in your throat. This relaxation can cause your airway to narrow, making it difficult for your lungs to inhale and exhale the amount of air you need.
If your airway narrows, the air you breathe is pulled through it faster. This causes the soft tissue in the airway to dehydrate and vibrate. The sound this makes is what you hear as snoring.
The Snoreeze LabFit Oral Device treats loud snoring by holding your jaw forward during sleep. This helps to keep your airway open, stopping it from collapsing during the night and helping you to breathe easily.
Snoring is caused by the soft tissue in the back of the throat vibrating when your airway relaxes during sleep. But in some cases, the airway becomes so narrow that the walls of the airway stick together and close up. This usually happens for around 10-30 seconds at a time, but can occur for longer - sometimes up to 50 times an hour or even more.
When the airway finally opens up again, you might emit a loud, violent snore. This event is known as an apnoea. Throughout the night, your body will constantly come out of deep sleep in order to help you breathe. Though you might not be aware of this, it's what causes you to feel sleepy the next day. Sometimes the airway may not fully close, but becomes so narrow that you experience an oxygen drop in your blood. This is called a hypopnoea. Frequent apnoeas and hypopnoeas mean you most likely have Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).
The Snoreeze LabFit Oral Device treats loud snoring and mild-to-moderate sleep apnoea by holding your jaw forward during sleep. This helps to keep your airway open, stopping it from collapsing during the night and helping you to breathe easily.
How to order
BEFORE YOU PURCHASE: CONTRAINDICATIONS
Device not suitable for patients with severe malocclusion, <5 teeth per quadrant, a joint disorder related to the jaw, severe jaw pain, loose teeth or periodontal disease, full dentures that are removed at night, fixed braces or a retainer worn at night, a dental implant <1 year ago, central sleep apnoea, severe respiratory disorder such as asthma or emphysema, or <18 years of age.
You can purchase your Snoreeze LabFit Oral Device directly from us.
We'll send you an order confirmation via email within one working day. This will include instructions for sending us your dental impressions if you choose to purchase the LabFit without the impression kit.
Impression Kit + LabFit Oral Device
This option includes a LabFit dental impression kit, as well as a LabFit Oral Device.
- LabFit Impression Kit (6 x containers of putty, 2 x sets of trays)
- 1 x LabFit Oral Device
LabFit Oral Device
Select this option if you can provide us with dental impressions.
- 1 x LabFit Oral Device
LabFit Display Model
A demonstration model of the Snoreeze LabFit Oral Device.
- 1 x LabFit display model (as pictured)
Have a question? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01244 986080.
Price discounts are available on bulk orders – please contact us for details.